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Introduction to microscopy
Introduction to microscopy

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Figure 2: Rothberg, K. G. et al. (1992) 'Caveolin, a protein component of caveolae membrane coats', Cell, 68, 21 February 1992. Elsevier Science; Figure 3: David Male; Figure 4: Courtesy of Jill Saffrey; Figure 5: Harris, M. D., Siegel, L. B. and Alloway, J. A. (1999) 'Gout and hyperuricemia', American Family Physician, 15 February . The American Academy of Family Physicians; Figure 7: Dr Dimitri P. Agamanolis, M.D.; Figure 8: Courtesy of Susan Van Noorden; Figure 11: Courtesy of Mrs Christine Lancashire.

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